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Learn how to raise the stakes in your fiction for the greatest payoff. Keep your readers wondering what will happen next. The Pulp Fiction Writing Workshop includes a full edit of your story by best-selling author Philip Athans. You may write within any pulp genre: mystery/thriller, action/adventure, romance, western, sci-fi/fantasy, horror, and others. The online class begins April 13 and costs $229.99. Don't miss this opportunity!   

In the Pulp Fiction Writing Workshop you will write 1,500 words each week. You have plenty of opportunity to be wildly creative in this class but there is also a secret formula to follow. The goal is to produce entertaining fiction. This includes knowing how to show the efforts of your hero and end your story in a satisfying way for readers. Philip Athans is known as being a fun instructor!

    "The biggest takeaway from this course, looking closely at the
    techniques of the great pulp fiction masters, is to give authors a set
    of reminders that keep the plot of any story or novel, on track. And
    this isn't meant to be done in any sort of formulaic way, but as a means
    of sensitizing authors to the ideas of raising stakes, keeping
    characters personally involved and active. These are plot structure and
    character motivation tools that can inform not just pulp/genre short
    stories, but any fiction of any length in any genre (or no genre at
    all). These are tools to help you engage your readers and keep them
    engaged from beginning to end."   
                     
                 ~ Phil Athans

A student said, "This was a great course! Philip Athans is a great mentor, and was very encouraging and offered constructive and helpful feedback on my work." Another student said, "This course will challenge you, in the best way possible due to the instructor. His feedback and final story notes were exactly what I needed." Write fun, fast-paced, and entertaining fiction.

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Philip Athans is the founding partner of Athans & Associates Creative Consulting, former senior managing editor for TSR/Wizards of the Coast, and the New York Times best-selling author of Annihilation and a dozen other fantasy and horror books including The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction and the recently-released Devils of the Endless Deep.

He contributed an article on the state of the genres to the Writer's Digest Books release of Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction and recently completed Writing Monsters, also for Writer's Digest Books. Born in Rochester, New York he grew up in suburban Chicago, where he published the literary magazine Alternative Fiction & Poetry. His blog, Fantasy Author's Handbook, is updated every Tuesday, and you can follow him on Twitter @PhilAthans. He makes his home in the foothills of the Washington Cascades, east of Seattle.

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